Category Archives: Culture

We Are Not Going To Be Saved By Our Industry; But By Our Insight


There is no doubt that in the last fifty years, most of our holidays have been heavily commercialized, but this in no way justifies us in turning against the sacred convictions for which most of these holidays stand. All people … Continue reading

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In Order To Help Many People, We Must Be Many People


Of all the problems that each person must solve, the complexity of our own temperament is probably the most challenging. Most of us have very little trouble giving other people good advice – we see exactly what is wrong with … Continue reading

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What Are People For A World That Does Not Need Their Labor?


One of the tragedies of humanity is artificiality. Having attempted to take over the leadership of our own kind, we have placed human beings under the guidance or dominance of man rather than the intuitional power that is locked within … Continue reading

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Mixing Culture With Islam Is Like Mixing Poison With Water


It is important to understand Islam from a cultural point of view because the basis of much of the current turmoil within Muslim countries and conflict with their neighbors can be attributed to cultural clashes. Consequently, a clear understanding of … Continue reading

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Political Reforms Are Not Accomplished By The People But Through The People.


Akhenaton, Pharaoh of Egypt, born 1388 B.C., was the first man in recorded history to exemplify social consciousness in the administration of a great nation. He saw every living thing as having a divine right to live well, to hope … Continue reading

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Honest Opinions: Being A Girl Or A Boy


National Geographic traveled around the world to talk with 9-year-olds and ask what it’s like to be growing up in 2016, and how gender affects their lives. Live and Learn. We All Do. Thanks for stopping by . Please share … Continue reading

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Islam Is Simple, Culture Is Complicated


The Islaam being practiced in much of the Muslim world today may be referred to as Cultural Islaam or Folk Islaam (as Christian Missionaries like to refer to it).  The main feature of this version of Islaam is the blind … Continue reading

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